Sunday, 6 November 2011

Episode Two: Some things in their natural state have the most vivid colours!

Michael, Graeme & Mat talk moth media madness, mawkish mice & magical mushrooms. Special guest star Howard Matcham joins us on a hunt for the Bearded Tooth fungus in the dark wild woods of West Sussex.


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The Flame Brocade makes the headlines

Graeme being interviewed by the BBC

Michael being interviewed by the BBC

Michael (and his friend Graeme) get into the Italian press

Benny Fitfrawd strikes back

Howard Matcham: International Man of Mosses

Fluted Bird's Nest at Ebernoe

Mat sees life through a lens for the first time

Garlic Parachute at Ebernoe

Beech Jellydisc (aka Zombie Lunch) at Ebernoe

Lemon Disco at Ebernoe

(The infamous) Liberty Cap at Ebernoe

Palpita vitrealis (in a pot) at Friston

Crimson Speckled at Friston

Isabelline Wheatear at Birling Gap

Dormouse at West Dean Woods

Blencowe's nemesis. The Sandhill Crane in Montana.


  1. Excellent podcast!
    The other half of Isabelline Wheatear's name is also a euphemism: 'Wheatear' is a gentrified version of the earthily descriptive 'White-arse'!

  2. Crazeee guys - better than springautumnwatch!